Question about Whirlpool Water Heaters
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you are not familiar with the element, I would get someone that is familiar with one and have them do it. It's not something I would recommend you do based on your question. There's electrical, pressurized water tank, and a whole lot of water that may cause you to have a worse bad day.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
it might be hard water in the heater. the hard water flakes and when your water heater turns on it creates some movement in those hard water flakes and makes a popping and hissing noise then when it comes to temperature it should stop. the temperature and pressure relief valve shouldn't make this noise. but if you stick your finger in the pipe and it is wet then you might have problems some where else. let me know if it is
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
recently got a new water heater, we are not getting very much hot water and I think it is hooked up wrong. Cold water coming to the tank is in (H) spot on the heater and?? will this keep us from getting very much water???
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
Check the breaker and top thermostat and make sure they are not tripped. Move onto replacing elements if above is not the problem.
Turn water and power off to heater and attach a water hose to bottom of heater to drain down tank. May have to open hot side on a facuet to get it to drain.
Once drained remove elements with 1 1/2" found at local hardware stores. once elements removed and new ones in place. Turn water on and get the air out of the system. Once water is flowing from the hot side from all of facuet's in house.
Once all air is out now yaou are resady to turn power onto heater.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
SOURCE: MY HOT WATER COMES OUT
A new water heater may not solve the problem - do you have colored water coming out of the cold side, at all faucets and in your commode too? If so then your pipes may be corroded inside ( typical from well water systems) and will need replacement too. Initially I would suggest hooking up a garden hose to the drain on the heater and, after running the other end of the hose outside, open that valve to see if the water is colored. If so, then I would strongly suspect your water heater needs replacing. Also, look under the water heater to see if there's any leakage, indicated by brown stains either on the floor under the heater or running down the side.
Posted on Nov 05, 2010
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